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Another UK acquisition by TITAN

11 March 2011

Effective from 8 March 2011 the TITAN group has acquired the entire share capital of Boxtainer.

With effect from this date Boxtainer will trade as TITAN Boxtainer and will continue to trade from the Grays office and Caxton site.

This is TITAN’s 3rd UK acquisition since 2008 and the substantial number of Boxtainer containers and portable cold stores will be fully integrated in to its existing modern fleet of rental equipment in the UK.

Further, this acquisition marks the entry of TITAN into the UK site storage market with sites in Grays, Essex and Caxton, close to Cambridge.


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